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Why Focus by Wire Systems in Camera Lenses Suck

Source link “Focus by wire” is a system found in many camera lenses these days. Here’s a 9-minute video by TheCameraStoreTV that takes a look at what “focus by wire” is and some reasons it isn’t that great. When you’re turning that focus ring on a mirrorless lens, you’re actually sending ...

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The Return of Kodak Ektachrome Film is Nigh

Source link Want to shoot Kodak’s extinct Ektachrome film again? You’ll be able to very, very soon. Kodak is saying that a limited supply of the resurrected film is coming by the end of the year, and a full relaunch is scheduled for 2018. Kodak Alaris announced at CES back ...

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Dear Canon, What Happened To Your Innovation?

Source link Dear Canon, You and I have had a very, very long friendship that has lasted many years and many, many generations of cameras. Ever since my first camera purchase, you have been my brand of choice. I still have my original Canon IXUS 40 and multiple generations of ...

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A New Instant Print Camera

Source link Kodak today launched a new stylish ‘point-and-shoot’ instant print camera, the Kodak Printomatic. It prints high-quality, full-color photos straight from the camera, something which Kodak says makes it the “ideal all-in-one solution for capturing and sharing vibrant prints instantly.” Created alongside its licensee C+A Global, the Printomatic is ...

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This is How the Leica M10 is Made

Source link Want to see how Leica’s cameras are made these days? Photographer Richard Seymour made this 4-minute video that provides a beautiful look at how the new Leica M10 is built in Wetzlar, Germany. Leica writes that the M10 is exclusively put together by Leica specialists at the company’s ...

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